I spent several days each at their three UK and Ireland branches taking individual headshots of 200 people. They also required office shots in Manchester, Oxford and Cork (Ireland) where I captured people at work and interacting with each other to create a visual sense of their business.
The final part of the job was revisiting Manchester and Oxford for the Executive portraits. We worked on three iconic locations in each city. The shots had to be accomplished quickly and effectively. I appreciate working on a tight time frame and with incorporate environmental condition into the shots. It stimulates me to be more creative to get the perfect shot within the allocated time.
Get in touch with me if your company needs excellent images for your website, publicity or editorial images and I would love to help.
I enjoyed meeting Deepa to take her portrait for my “working from home” project and I couldn’t help capturing her at work. She has a fairly small space but the work she creates there is incredible.
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Corporate portraits and PR images on location
Recently I have been asked to take some corporate portraits and some PR style images on location for Cambridge based company Annesley Gandon. Over the past several months, I noticed a big increase of enquiries for is PR style images and location portraits. I personally think on site photography is a great marketing tool and one of the easiest ways of communicating the vision of the company without words.
Showing the employees at work gives the clients a good sense of the company and how it feels to work with the particular team or department. I also believe that seeing people at work creates a rapport, builds trust and confidence.
I really enjoyed with Annesley Gandon team and they were extremely helpful and easy to work with. We created a range of portraits, headshots and PR style images for their website, annual reports and social media use. I don’t usually have behind the scene images but this time I was lucky to be photographed at work by the team.